A Leader in Global Oncology: Rabin Medical Center’s Davidoff Cancer Center

Davidoff Cancer Center is an international leader in cancer care and has set the standard as Israel’s first and preeminent comprehensive cancer center. It is an advanced and patient-friendly facility that treats more than 200,000 patients annually throughout Israel and the world. Davidoff Cancer Center’s research efforts are exceptional in their aca­demic scope, with outstanding doctors, research units with over 30 employees, and over 110 original articles published in the past year.

Rabin’s Davidoff Cancer Center’s multidisciplinary approach focuses on the entire spectrum of patients’ well-being, including a variety of compassionate treatment options. The holistic approach to cancer treatment includes social services to address psychological and emotional needs, as well as integrative medicine such as acupuncture, shiatsu, reflexology, yoga, pilates and tai-chi. Rabin’s Davidoff Cancer Center continues to set the standard for cancer research and treatment in Israel in its infrastructure, clinical services, and academic environment.

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